Library of the Center for Molecular Neurobiology Hamburg
The library of the Center for Molecular Neurobiology Hamburg (ZMNH) is a reference library.
To ensure that all journals and books are always available, they should be used only in the Center
for Molecular Neurobiology Hamburg (ZMNH); it is not allowed to take them home.
External users are restricted to the opening hours and have to contact the librarian
before their visit!
External users have to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
How can I find what I’m looking for?
The use and loan terms are described in the Library Regulations. If you have any questions, please do
not hesitate to contact the librarian. (ZMNH-)Theses
are kept on the shelves like books.
Journals are kept on the freestanding shelves. They are arranged in alphabetical order by journal title. Back issues are located in the basement stack; if you need one of these issues please contact the librarian. Access to e-journals is available from all workstations in the Center for Molecular Neurobiology Hamburg (ZMNH) and in the entire campus network of the University of Hamburg.
The book stock is not arranged in subject order! They are arranged by a proceeding signature number. The latest book arrivals are kept on a display. The library stock can be searched using the campus catalogue of the University of Hamburg . The cataloguing of new titles is done with delay.
- Library Card
Fill out the online registration and get the library card at the Central Medical Library (ÄZB) of the University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf (UKE). You can access the e-journals of the Hamburg University Library System from outside the campus network with the library card.
Only coworkers of the Center for Molecular Neurobiology Hamburg (ZMNH) are allowed to order paper with the help of this library!
Please consider that you will receive the ordered paper (on reasons of copyright) as black and white copy. It depends on the delivering library how quick you will receive the paper.
Please use the following link to order articles you cannot access online:
Catalogues, databases and links
Another way to get scientific content is to search on the sites of the UKE Central Medical Library (ÄZB), the library of the University of Hamburg (Stabi) or one of the following options:
Campus Catalogue of the University of Hamburg
“The Campus Catalogue is the most important catalogue to search for books, journals and other media in the Stabi and in the university's approximately 60 specialist libraries.”
beluga – Catalogue of Hamburg Libraries
“Here you can search and find several hundred millions of scientific articles and books which are available at Hamburg libraries.”
UKE Central Medical Library (ÄZB)
“Central Medical Library (ÄZB) offer you a comfortable place to study as well as access to a wide range of print and online resources. UKE staff and students of the Hamburg University have full access and borrowing rights at the Library for free. You just need to obtain a library card.”
EZB (Electronic Journals Library)
”The EZB provides online access to scientific full-text journals. Participating institutions provide access to the full-text of the e-journals they subscribe to.”
”PubMed comprises millions of citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to full-text content from PubMed Central and publisher web sites.”
“The ZBD is the world’s largest specialized database for serial titles (journals, annuals, newspapers etc., incl. e-journals).”
Web of Science
”Web of Science provides you access to the most reliable, integrated, multidisciplinary research connected through linked content citation metrics from multiple sources within a single interface.”
BioMed Central is an STM (Science, Technology and Medicine) publisher with a large portfolio of peer-reviewed open access journals.
ZB MED – Leibniz Information Centre for Life Sciences
“The Leibniz Association connects independent research institutions. Leibniz institutes conduct knowledge-driven and applied basic research, maintain scientific infrastructure and provide research-based services.”
Databases on Medicine and Molecular Biology